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  • What attracts top graduates? by

    Competition is tough for the top university graduates every year, and as the talent shortage continues to bite, companies need to take a smarter approach to attracting and retaining such graduates. Sarah O’ Carroll speaks with four top graduates about what attracted them to their current employers

  • Making learning stick by

    Learning and development is a vital part of many organisations’ attraction, retention and career development strategies. Teresa Russell looks at how to implement effective workplace learning initiatives that won’t break the bank

  • Preparing for a downturn by

    No-one can predict where the economy will go, but there are enough worrying signs that savvy HR managers will begin thinking about what they would do in the event of a downturn

  • A career path for outsourcing professionals by

    Several months ago I introduced readers of this column to an initiative that has set out to define the skills and attributes of the outsourcing professional. Significant progress has been made since then

  • The industrial relations sky is not falling by

    With Labor’s victory in the recent federal election, there has been a lot of speculation and misinformation about proposed changes to industrial relations and the timetable for implementation

  • Rewarding A Job Well Done by

    It has long been recognised that rewards programs can play an important role in encouraging performance on the job. Human Resources looks at some of the latest trends in the rewards and incentives market and examines how companies can get the most bang for their buck

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